We know business marketing: Market and customer research? Sales collateral materials? Website design? Corporate communications? Search and digital advertising? Rebranding? Yes, we’ve done all this and a few more for leading public and privately-held firms. We know your world: metrics, yes; excuses, no.
Our Clients Include:
“When it comes to best practices in marketing research, C. Grant & Company incorporates them all. They are not afraid to roll up their sleeves, dig deep and unearth key insights from customers. They helped clarify what mattered most to our customers and gave us a better understanding of our customers’ perceptions of our performance. I highly recommend the C. Grant & Company team.” –Joe Slawek, Founder, Chairman and CEO, FONA International
…caught the vision of our organization quickly, allowing us to work productively and creatively together…creative ideas matched who we were from the outset… I’d characterize our work as productive, friendly, and effective… –Paul Lindsay, Vice President of Sales, Camcraft
We recruited Chris to build a best-of-class marketing program for ServiceMaster. That’s what he did. His strategic leadership and effective implementation were critical to the success of our sales efforts. He has a unique mix of innovation and creativity and business sense. –Robert F. Keith, Former Group President, ServiceMaster Management Services
I’ve known Chris since early in his career and watched him move to leadership all the way to Fortune 500 firms. He’s got high-level experience in all key aspects of marketing and communications and a great strategic mind. He knows his stuff. I’d recommend him to anyone. –Barry Landis, former President Warner Bros. Records Christian Division
Their work with us on a recent internal communications program went all the way to the ARAMARK Board of Directors. The strategic view and creative execution—along with a depth of marketing experience—helped us succeed in unexpected ways. –Bill Westrate, Chief Information Officer, ARAMARK Food and Facilities Services